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Tags: Lewis Ross

Image Title Creator Culture Accession # Materials/Techniques
Letter from Henry C. Ross to Lewis Ross in Washington D.C. regarding personal things, hoping for a visit in June Native American; Cherokee 4026.269 ink on paper
Leaflet advertising Carolyn Thomas Foreman's publication titled Park Hill, Oklahoma Native American; Cherokee 5327.333 ink on paper
Newspaper clipping concerning 1859 oil strike in Mayes County Native American; Cherokee 4127.7 ink on paper
Letter to Henry Ross from Lewis Ross, Fort Gibson discussing relatives, deaths and crops Native American; Cherokee 4026.286 ink on paper
Letter to Henry Ross from Lewis Ross, Grand Saline, Cherokee Nation listing delegates in Washington and Neighbors Native American; Cherokee 4026.285.1 ink on paper
Letter to Henry Ross from Lewis Ross, written on board a Steamboat from St. Louis to Fort Gibson with Uncle John Ross Native American; Cherokee 4026.284-.1 ink on paper
Letter to Henry Ross from Lewis Ross, Willard Hotel, Washington, D. C., mentioning the trains returning with victorious army troops from Dixie Native American; Cherokee 4026.283 ink on paper
Letter to Henry Ross from Lewis Ross, Philadelphia referring to finding Dan H. Ross, New York, and his supply of goods for the store at Fort Gibson Native American; Cherokee 4026.282 ink on paper
Letter to Henry Ross from Lewis Ross, Fort Gibson referring to a pay-off of the troops in a few days and no bush-whackers near. The name 'Miss Emma A. Dale' is written on the reverse side of the letter Native American; Cherokee 4026.281 ink on paper
Letter to Lewis Ross from Henry C. Ross, Nazareth Hall, discussing the snowy weather, health issues and an axe handle he made for Lewis Native American; Cherokee 4026.280 ink on paper
Letter to Henry Ross, from Lewis Ross, Fort Gibson, Cherokee Nation, describing raids on Wagon Trains from or to Fort Scott Native American; Cherokee 4026.279-.1 ink on paper
Letter to Lewis Ross from Henry Ross, Nazareth Hall, mentioning John Ross and two family photos received Native American; Cherokee 4026.278 ink on paper
Letter to Lewis Ross from Henry Ross, Nazareth Hall, discussing the Democrats and Republicans having a great ruckus in Philadelphia and destroying a great many stores Native American; Cherokee 4026.276 ink on paper
Envelope addressed to Mr. Lewis Ross, Fort Gibson, Cherokee Nation, from Henry C. Ross, Moravian Boarding School at Nazareth Hall, Northampton County, Pennsylvania Native American; Cherokee 4026.276.1 ink on paper
Letter to Lewis Ross from Henry C. Ross, Nazareth Hall, discussing the rebels stealing of provisions and if the family was all right Native American; Cherokee 4026.275 ink on paper
Letter from Henry C. Ross, Nazareth Hall, to his father, Lewis Ross, indicating he had been sick with the mumps and asks ab out their house being burned down Native American; Cherokee 4026.274 ink on paper
Envelope addressed to Lewis Ross, Cherokee Delegate, Washington, D. C., does not relate to this letter Native American; Cherokee 4026.273.1 ink on paper
Letter written by Lewis Ross, Fort Gibson, to his son, Henry Ross, with mention of a Captain Tallallah, and review of conditions in the Cherokee Nation Native American; Cherokee 4026.272.1 ink on paper
Letter from Lewis Ross at Fort Gibson, Cherokee Nation to Henry C. Ross at Nazareth Hall, Pennsylvania concerning Lewis' trip from Philadelphia to Leavenworth, Kansas. Native American; Cherokee 4026.271 ink on paper
Letter from Lewis Ross to his son, Henry C. Ross concerning his visit to Henry's school in July. Henry is to give a Cherokee Speech, and other family members will be there Native American; Cherokee 4026.270 ink on paper